Environmental Profiles (Under Development)

Default profiles could be based on averages for the state and industry. More about YAML EPD Templates / React Dev (Git)

State Profile
Organization Profile
Cement Manufacturing
Amount Per:
1 m3 of 10,000 psi concrete at 28 days
Global Warming Potential (kg CO2 eq) 445
Emitted    460
Sequestered    -15
Ozone Depletion (kg CFC 11 eq) 0.000
Acidification (kg SO2 eq) 2.96
Eutrophication (kg N eq) 0.09
Smog Formation (kg O3 eq) 0.61
Primary Energy Demand (Mj) 3017
Non-renewable    3000
Renewable    17
Family Footprint
My Family
Monthly Commute (miles) 210
Web-Based OpenLCA Tabulator MockUp

Organization: Omega Cement

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Tabs and tables above based on OpenLCA

Sustainable Material Management (SMM) Planning

Cement Manufacturing

NAICS 327310

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing portland, natural, masonry, pozzolanic, and other hydraulic cements. Cement manufacturing establishments may calcine earths or mine, quarry, manufacture, or purchase lime. (NAICS 2007 description)

Top Issues

TO DO: Sort the IO Chart by issue intensity. Display totals for one year.

Supply Chain vs Operations

NOTE: Bar charts are easier to read and allow quantities to be displayed for printing. We could default to bar chart displays in the update.

Direct Inflow for Cement

Direct purchases potentially contributing to overall environmental issues

Impacts of Direct Inflow

TO DO: Use the IO Chart to display the suppliers contributing to each impact.

Also "Indirect Inflow for Cement" and "Impacts of Indirect Inflow for Cement" (in page's hidden comments here)

This information represents the life cycle environmental performance of an average provider of Cement in the US. This information is meant to serve as a starting place to help organizations engage in life cycle thinking and action.

Alternative way to present the Supply Chain Upstream-Commodites-Downstream columns below.
Commodities (operations) are shifted to the right column. Scope2 is primarily energy purchases according to Wes.

Value Chain

Before Purchases
Indirect - Scope 3
From Purchases
Indirect - Scope 2
Direct Emissions
From owned or controlled sources - Scope 1

One indicator across multiple commodities

Great layout for comparison with a baseline. See our related Deaggregation of Stage 2 Biofuels.

Source: Assessing the sustainability implications of alternative aviation fuels